Lebanon prepares for Syria post-war construction windfall

Syria's war is not over yet but the world might want to start planning for it. Many countries are already preparing to cash in, especially neighbouring Lebanon.

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    Syria's war is not over, but the world has already started planning the reconstruction. 

    Many countries are already preparing to cash in, especially neighbouring Lebanon.

    Focus is already shifting to the reconstruction of towns and cities, reduced to rubble in the conflict.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from the port of Tripoli, Lebanon.


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